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(NECN: John Moroney, Boston, Mass.) - It is a new sound for a new generation, and at Boston's Berklee College of Music students are helping to bring attention to a new form of music that some say is overlooked and underrated. These students are performing video game music. That's right, music from video games. Berklee College's 90-piece Video Game Orchestra, or VGO is one of only a few groups around the world performing music arranged by video game composers. NECN's John Moroney visited the group, and has more.